Question about 2001 Audi A6
BEHIND THE PRNDS WAS FLASHING RED. TWICE THIS HAPPENED WHEN DRIVING . WHEN STOPPED I PUT BACK INTO PARK IT WAS STILL ON BUT STOPPED AFTER A FEW MINUTES DRIVING.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
one reason for stuck in 2nd gear its anti theft if u have remvd fuses and replaced it takes it as tampering and the computer has to be reset which costs at audi agents but i got from autoelectrician that if u disconnect battery for ten minutes then re connect it re sets the onboard computer i had same problem and ive done it twice with mine with success could be same with yours try it its so inexpensive
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
There is a button on the bottom of your windshield wiper control arm. Push it once to turn on or off the computer display. Hold it to clear the current information. At the end of the arm is a "up/down" button for changing which info you would like to see (miles to empty, current mpg, etc.)
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
i) fuse box for the audi A6 is most probably on the right side close to the driver;s seat by the steering wheel. The driver door must be open to access the fuse box. Please check owner's manual. ii) in the 2002 Audi A6 it is fuse #37. Please check owner's manual. iii) remove the fuse for the radio then replace fuse. iv) start the engine v) the radio most probably will reset it self but you should not have to enter the security access code for the radio. let me know how the works. thanks
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
SOURCE: gearbox squeaking noise audi a6
X plate?? 1981?? showing my age ----got me this one thats for sure ??oil level fine .....you sure because it sounds like either low oil ,bent gearchange or a bent clutch plate or worn cover .But and big BUT here ,could the gearshaft be bent,or damaged where it comes out the transmission tunnel .disconnect it from the gearbox and try the mechanism ,also the ball fitting in the bottom of the gearstick
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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